The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira

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Picture an underground chamber made of rock salt but is mainly used as a place of Catholic worship? It is mind blowing isn’t it. Fortunately, such a place is not a figment of human imagination. The stunning underground Salt Cathedral does exist, and it is located at the Zipaquir – town in ...

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Old Charm Meets the Future in Baku, Azerbaijan

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Baku – chaotic, charismatic and utterly cosmopolitan. It is the largest city not only in Azerbaijan but also in the entire Caspian Sea/Caucasus area. It is a city that lives on reinventing itself, seamlessly blending Eastern influences with Western.

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Scenic Boat Trip in Tam Coc

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Just a two-hour drive from the capital of Hanoi, Tam Coc makes a perfect day tour for anyone hungry for some authentic Vietnamese culture. Once here, you will easily become enchanted with the spectacular countryside scenery made more dramatic by the surrounding limestone towers. This is the reason why the ...

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The Exquisite Luxembourg Gardens

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The 60 acre Jardin de Luxembourg is a park with a history as stunning as the beds of multi-colored beds of flowers and structures enclosed in it. It is a marriage of France and Italy in structure form. Completed in 1625, the Luxemburg Gardens are the environs of the Luxembourg ...

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Saint-Pierre and Miquelon

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A tiny archipelago located in the North Atlantic Ocean, just below the Canada’s Province of Newfoundland, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, is a very charming destination. Although a self-governing French territory, it is farther from France than it is from Canada. This is the reason why entry to the islands is ...

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Cape Leveque – Western Australia

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Remote, isolated, beautiful – these are just some of the descriptions that would fit Cape Leveque. As the northernmost spot on the Dampier Peninsula of Western Australia’s Kimberly region, Cape Leveque features stunning red cliffs coupled with pristine bodies of water. The Cape was once a camp site for ancient ...

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